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  • beautiful e.

  • Right.

  • Welcome to scrambled.

  • This was done with a bit of a bit of a difference.

  • It's a scrambled with spice.

  • Could not be looking at in this incredible area.

  • Also right where we're standing there.

  • It's beautiful.

  • Coffee plantation is growing some of the most amazing spices I've ever seen in my entire life.

  • So why not use those local spices on create something a little bit more magical?

  • Now, it'll be a traditional scrambled egg, but done with a little bit of black masala.

  • Liberal chili powder with turmeric.

  • First off, start sweating off the onions.

  • Okay, so again, keep this quite rustic.

  • Okay?

  • Sliced onions not too thin, so they don't burn.

  • Get them going first in it and they'll touch off game.

  • Okay, just a touch in, uh, beautiful.

  • Now, start.

  • Find those onions.

  • Have a really nicely caramelized.

  • Okay, so didn't beautiful.

  • So touch so feel touch of chile.

  • No touch on to Marie.

  • Don't touch of black masala.

  • Just a touch in from then from there.

  • Touch of pepper.

  • Okay, Vincent.

  • Now get those onions, you'd be tantalized.

  • OK, start breaking them down.

  • E o beautiful.

  • Get them beautifully.

  • Caramelizing like that thanks to put a little bit of green chili in there, Okay?

  • I don't want us to be too hot.

  • We'll keep the seeds in, but if I fried it off, it's gonna get it really nice temperatures again.

  • Beautiful on then.

  • From there, we sweeten that up a little bit with some tomatoes.

  • That's gonna help.

  • Almost like a little bit of a sort of cooling agent.

  • Sweden, things up.

  • But what do you think of Kara?

  • The reason we're in It's about the land of Spice.

  • Yeah, these things.

  • Tomatoes and beautiful.

  • So you put out down, just turn on the gas.

  • But in the peace for double Yeah.

  • Nice.

  • You for him.

  • Get that camera eyes.

  • Now, don't caramelize.

  • Those onions, tomatoes, chillies and spices will be too hot on also to water.

  • Okay, from there.

  • Get your eggs, Dave.

  • Mhm.

  • Yeah, that's beautiful.

  • Eggs mhm.

  • In usual given to the mix.

  • No salt.

  • Otherwise from there was a little touch.

  • Two minutes and legs.

  • We can a little touch of my chili powder.

  • A little touch on way.

  • I saw just a touch.

  • Makes that up nicely.

  • Okay.

  • Plus mhm.

  • Now it's spring onions and we'll put down right at the very end on literally used these as a sort of almost like a cooling agent having the tallest Rolex before They're gonna get at the end and then alongside that e don't touch a coriander mixed up beautiful alakai under onions.

  • Everything's from blistering the back garden down.

  • Look at that.

  • Cut that down Really important way.

  • Working out nicely caramelized.

  • All that water's gonna go out and get everything beautifully cooked.

  • And then we start the eggs.

  • If I get that sort of undercut was going water, it turned the eggs with the water.

  • Andi, you won't get that really sort of caramelized spice.

  • You want the toast, the spices off.

  • Otherwise it's too raw on you.

  • Won't take the exit was too powerful.

  • That's exactly one.

  • Sure, beautiful.

  • You can look at that.

  • E o E.

  • No way.

  • Always.

  • It's a beautiful Let's have quit school.

  • Really beautiful.

  • Starts to come together.

  • Create the seasoning.

  • Touch yourself, him.

  • It's the touch.

  • And now the coconut milk.

  • Okay, it's gonna be literally right.

  • The end they'll call it down from Got in.

  • They cut that cooking well.

  • Been you know that Slow down the cooking process.

  • Take that out.

  • Chop them up on here.

  • Traditionally called eggs.

  • A sort of almost like, sort of overcooked.

  • So take it a step further and then folding the touch the coconut milk at the end from there before serving seasoning there's a salt.

  • So now we fold in, Yeah, spring onions, coriander.

  • And then just like they call that in.

  • Beautiful.

  • It's so good.

  • Now come to serve a beautiful bread.

  • Wonderful roasted breast.

  • Sit out in the middle And then from that uh huh thanks usually done until spicy, rich hot and then no, to call that down.

  • I've got some beautiful, preserved pickled onions on.

  • Just literally.

  • Sit down until on.

  • That is a beautiful southern Indian style.

  • Spicy scrambled eggs.

  • Done.

  • Look at him hope Spicy, Delicious.

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